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I have a SPEEZE Series WhisperRock II Model 5F263B1M3G Specs are............. Fan Size -80mm Compatibility -Socket 370 / A Bearing Type -Ball RPM -2700 +/-10%rpm Air Flow -37.87cfm Noise Level ...
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    Heatsink


    I have a SPEEZE
    Series WhisperRock II
    Model 5F263B1M3G


    Specs are.............

    Fan Size -80mm
    Compatibility -Socket 370 / A
    Bearing Type -Ball
    RPM -2700 +/-10%rpm
    Air Flow -37.87cfm
    Noise Level -26.5dBA
    Power Connector-3 Pin
    Color-Silver
    Heatsink-Material Aluminum


    Does anone think this is a good heatsink for a socket 370 intel celeron processor at 500mhz?

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    it looks like your standard fan and heat sink to me. it should be fine.

    here my test to see if works: put your hand on the heat sink while its running, if you don't burn your hand then all is well (this means its running under 110F).

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    It was designed for rather hot Athlon's, that little Celery shouldn't give it any problems.

    But robotics is right, the ouch test is a classic. Or you could always compile your kernel for hardware/thermal monitoring, and then use something like gkrellm2. Or just read /proc
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